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L'Ouvrier

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L'Ouvrier (23 march 1907)

L'ouvrier was a French weekly then bi-weekly magazine published by Librairie Blériot from 4 may 1861 until 24 april 1920.

In 1907, the magazine published 1 short story written by Arthur Conan Doyle : The Red-Headed League.



By Conan Doyle in L'Ouvrier

1907


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